Faculty News Steve Asma (HHSS)

Steve Asma (HHSS) was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune for a story that examined our society’s fascination with Karl Rove, a controversial figure and senior adviser to former President George W. Bush, and how he is often portrayed as the “go-to villain” in pop culture.

Jenny Boully (English)

Jenny Boully’s (English) new book, not merely because of the unknown that was stalking toward them, was published through Tarpaulin Sky Press. In March, she was a featured reader and panelist at the Women Writers’ Festival at the University of Notre Dame. Her essay, “A Short Essay on Being,” was recently published in TriQuarterly and nominated for the Essay Prize.

Kris Brailey (First-Year Seminar)

Kris Brailey (First-Year Seminar) displayed a photograph in the group exhibition, “Returning the Gaze: Contemporary Portraits by Women Photographers,” hosted at the Northern Trust Bank in downtown Chicago. She also juried the 20th annual art exhibition at the Art Barn in Valparaiso, Indiana, and she was part of the three-panel jury for the annual photography exhibition at the Union League Club of Chicago (ULC). While at the ULC, she gave a lecture entitled, “How to Compose a Great Photo.”

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